75% of Long Island homeowners have invested in more insulation in their homes. Chances are you've already done something to save energy in your own home. Energy efficiency investments in your home more than pay for themselves and save you money for years. As energy prices rise, this investment makes even more sense. Click on your town below to get started saving 20% on your home oil, gas and electric bills. In one town, average energy bill savings for Green Homes participating homeowners has been $1,084 per year.
Or go to our Consortium Partners page to get the phone number of your town's Green Homes program.
The Long Island Green Homes Consortium is a cooperative effort of Long Island municipalities and Organizations. The goal of the Consortium is to reduce energy costs and usage for Long Island homeowners by helping them get comprehensive home energy audits and make cost effective energy upgrades to their home. Programs are available to all Long Island homeowners, no matter what town, city or village they live in.
Join the thousands of Long Islanders who have already upgraded their homes. Improve the value of your home and save money, while you help bolster Long Island's economy and create green jobs. The more we all save on energy bills, the more money stays on Long Island, boosting our local economy.
The towns of the LI Green Homes Consortium are committed to making it simple for you to improve the energy performance of your home and get the best benefits and incentives possible from State and utility energy efficiency programs. Contact your town's Green Homes program today. Staff are available to help you get started and be there for you from start to finish.
“I completed the energy audit through LIPA’s Home Performance Direct in May 2013. My contractor came and performed a thorough examination of my home. The audit...Continue reading.
- Denice from Lindenhurst, NY
Start by getting a comprehensive Home Energy Audit - it's free or at a reduced cost for most Long Islanders.
Carbon monocide (CO) is often referred to as "the silent killer" because it can't be seen or smelled, but at high levels it can kill a person in minutes. Read more about carbon monoxide safety...
The contractor you deal with will be accredited by the Building Performance Institute (BPI), the leading national standards and certifying organization for buiilding science. Contractors must also be approved before they can participate in this program.
The savings in your energy bills will pay for the improvements to your home and continue to save money, help the environment and keep your house warm in the winter and cool in the summer for years.